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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Businesses impacted by CRL construction are at the end of their tether

    Businesses impacted by CRL construction are at the end of their tether


    The intersection of Victoria and Albert Street in Auckland's CBD is closing for two years from June 29 as work continues.

    Those affected gathered outside Auckland Council this morning - asking ministers and the Mayor to help.

    Attic Backpackers owner Michael Leroy-Dyson says the city rail link work, the lockdown and closed borders are more than virtually any business could survive.

    He says the borders closed the year just gone, but they've been putting up with the construction for a while - and it's impacted their ability to have some cash reserves.

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